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[texts]Supersymmetry in the Very Early Universe - Scott Thomas
Supersymmetric flat directions can have a number of important consequences in the very early universe. Depending on the form of the SUSY breaking potential arising from the finite energy density at early times, coherent production of scalar condensates can result along such directions. This leads a cosmological disaster for Polonyi type flat directions with only Planck suppressed couplings, but can give rise to the baryon asymmetry for standard model flat directions...
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[texts]Moduli Inflation from Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking - Scott Thomas
Moduli fields, which parameterize perturbative flat directions of the potential in supersymmetric theories, are natural candidates to act as inflatons. An inflationary potential on moduli space can result if the scale of dynamical SUSY breaking in some sector of the theory is determined by a moduli dependent coupling. The magnitude of density fluctuations generated during inflation then depends on the scale of SUSY breaking in this sector...
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[texts]Essays on the most important subjects in religion - Scott, Thomas
Includes index
Keywords: Christianity
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[texts]Baryons and Dark Matter from the Late Decay of a Supersymmetric Condensate - Scott Thomas
The possibility that both the baryon asymmetry and dark matter arise from the late decay of a population of supersymmetric particles is considered. If the decay takes place below the LSP freeze out temperature, a nonthermal distribution of LSPs results. With conserved $R$ parity these relic LSPs contribute to the dark matter density. A net asymmetry can exist in the population of decaying particles if it arises from coherent production along a supersymmetric flat direction...
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[texts]CP-odd Phases in Slepton Pair Production - Scott Thomas
The effects of CP-odd supersymmetric phases on slepton pair production are considered. It is shown that CP-even observables in $e^+ e^-$ and $e^- e^-$ collisions, such as the total selectron cross section, can depend on CP-odd supersymmetric phases through interference between different tree level amplitudes. Left handed selectron pair production in $e^- e^-$ collisions is particularly sensitive to the relative phase between the bino and wino masses...
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[texts]Notes on Scottish Crustacea - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 7, Vol. x., July 1902."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Crustacea copepoda new to science fron Devon and Cornwall - Scott, Thomas
Detached from The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 7, Vol. XV, March, 1905
Keywords: Copepoda
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[texts]On some entomostraca from the Gulf of St. Lawrence - Scott, Thomas
Detached from Transactions of the Natural History Society of Glasgow, Vol. VII (N.S.) Pt. I, 1902-1903
Keywords: Entomostraca
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[texts]Holographic Vacuum Energy - Scott Thomas
Gravitational holography is argued to render the cosmological constant stable against divergent quantum corrections. This provides a technically natural solution to the cosmological constant problem. Evidence for quantum stability of the cosmological constant is illustrated in a number of examples including, bulk descriptions in terms of delocalized degrees of freedom, boundary screen descriptions on stretched horizons, and non-supersymmetric conformal field theories as dual descriptions of anti...
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[texts]Recent Developments in Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking - Scott Thomas
Some formal aspects of supersymmetry breaking are reviewed. The classic "requirements" for supersymmetry breaking include chiral matter, a dynamical superpotential, and a classical superpotential which completely lifts the moduli space. These "requirements" may be evaded in theories with large matter representations. The mechanisms of supersymmetry breaking by confinement and quantum deformation of the moduli space are explained, with emphasis on the importance of identifying the relevant degree...
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[texts]Notes on British Copepoda: change of names - Scott, Thomas
From The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 7, vol. xvii, May 1906
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]On some new and rare entomostraca from the Scottish seas - Scott, Thomas
Detached from The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 8, Vol. iii, Feb. 1905
Keywords: Entomostraca
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[texts]Notes on Crustacea found in the gizzard of a deep-sea Cephalopod - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 8, Vol. v., January 1910."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Electromagnetic Contributions to the Schiff Moment - Scott Thomas
The Schiff moment, $\smij$, is a parity and time reversal violating fermion-fermion coupling. The nucleus-electron Schiff moment generically gives the most important contribution to the electric dipole moments of atoms and molecules with zero net intrinsic electronic spin and nuclear spin ${1 \over 2}$. Here, the electromagnetic contribution to the Schiff moment, $\emij$, is considered. For a nucleon, the leading chirally violating contribution to this interaction is calculable in the chiral lim...
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[texts]Some notes on the Scottish crangonidae - Scott, Thomas
Reprinted from The annals of Scottish natural history, Oct. 1902
Keywords: Crangonidae
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[texts]On rare and interesting Crustacea from the Dogger Bank collected by Ernest W.L. Holt, Esq - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 6. Vol xiii., May 1894."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Observations on some copepoda that live as messmates or commensals with ascidians - Scott, Thomas
Reprinted from the Transactions of the Edinburgh Field Naturalists' and Microsopical Society, Session 1906-1907
Keywords: Copepoda
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[texts]Notes on some Scottish marine isopods - Scott, Thomas
Reprinted from The annals of Scottish natural history, Oct. 1898
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]List of marine fauna collected at the Tarbert Laboratory during 1885 - Scott, Thomas
Detached from Appendices to 4th Annual report of the Fishery Board for Scotland, Pt. 1
Keywords: Marine animals
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[texts]Remarks on some copepoda from the Falkland Islands collected by Mr. Rupert Valletin - Scott, Thomas
Detached from The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 8, Vol. XIII, April, 1914
Keywords: Copepoda
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[texts]A catalogue of land, fresh-water, and marine crustacea found in the basin of the River Forth and its estuary - Scott, Thomas
Reprinted from Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Session 1905-1906, vol. 16, no. 4
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Notes, chiefly botanical, of a visit to the Island of Coll - Scott, Thomas
Detached from Proceedings of the Natural History Society of Glasgow, Feb., 1880
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Notes on some rare and interesting marine crustacea - Scott, Thomas
Detached from Annual report of the Fishery Board for Scotland, 22th, Pt. 3
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Remarks on some copepoda from the Falkland Islands collected by Mr. Rupert Valletin - Scott, Thomas
Detached from The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 8, Vol. xiii, Jan. 1914
Keywords: Copepoda
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[texts]Note on the occurrence of Cytheridea castanea G.S. Brady in a surface-deposit in the vicinity of Buenos Ayres, South America - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 7, Vol. iii., June 1899."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]The articles of the Synod of Dort - Scott, Thomas

Keywords: Dort, Synod of
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[texts]Some observations on British freshwater Harpactids - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 7, Vol. xi., February 1903."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]On new and rare crustacea from Scottish waters - Scott, Thomas
Detached from The annals and magazine of natural history, Ser. 8, Vol. IV, July 1909
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]The marine fishes and invertebrates of Loch Fyne - Scott, Thomas
Detached from Annual report of the Fishery Board for Scotland, 15th, Pt. 3, Vol. 2
Keywords: Fishes
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[texts]Notes on British Copepoda: change of names - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 7, Vol. xvi., November 1905."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Notes on some Copepoda from the Arctic Seas collected in 1890 by the Rev. Cannon A.M. Norman, F.R.S - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 7, Vol. xi., January 1903."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Dual Descriptions of Supersymmetry Breaking - Kenneth Intriligator
Dynamical supersymmetry breaking is considered in models which admit descriptions in terms of electric, confined, or magnetic degrees of freedom in various limits. In this way, a variety of seemingly different theories which break supersymmetry are actually inter-related by confinement or duality. Specific examples are given in which there are two dual descriptions of the supersymmetry breaking ground state.
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[texts]Solving the Cosmological Moduli Problem with Weak Scale Inflation - Lisa Randall
Many models of supersymmetry breaking involve particles with weak scale mass and Planck mass suppressed couplings. Coherent production of such particles in the early universe destroys the successful predictions of nucleosynthesis. We show that this problem may be solved by a brief period of weak scale inflation. Furthermore the inflaton potential for such an inflation naturally arises from the same assumptions which lead to the cosmological problem...
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[texts]Signatures of Resonant Super-Partner Production with Charged-Current Decays - Can Kilic
Hadron collider signatures of new physics are investigated in which a primary resonance is produced that decays to a secondary resonance by emitting a W-boson, with the secondary resonance decaying to two jets. This topology can arise in supersymmetric theories with R-parity violation where the lightest supersymmetric particles are either a pair of squarks, or a slepton - sneutrino pair. The resulting signal can have a cross section consistent with the Wjj observation reported by the CDF collabo...
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[texts]Exclusive Signals of an Extended Higgs Sector - Nathaniel Craig
Expectations for the magnitude of Higgs boson signals in standard Higgs search channels at the LHC relative to Standard Model (SM) expectations are investigated within the framework of various types of CP and flavor conserving two Higgs doublet models (2HDMs). Signals of the SM-like Higgs boson in different classes of 2HDM may be parameterized in terms of particular two-dimensional sub-spaces of the general four-dimensional space of Higgs couplings to the massive vector bosons, top quark, bottom...
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[texts]Mesino - Antimesino Oscillations - Uri Sarid
The phenomenological implications of supersymmetric theories with low scale supersymmetry breaking and a squark as the lightest standard model superpartner are investigated. Such squarks hadronize with light quarks, forming sbaryons and mesinos before decaying. Production of these supersymmetric bound states at a high energy collider can lead to displaced jets with large negative impact parameter. Neutral mesino - antimesino oscillations are not forbidden by any symmetry and can occur at observa...
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[texts]Dynamical Relaxation of the Supersymmetric CP Violating Phases - Savas Dimopoulos
A supersymmetric generalization of the Peccei-Quinn mechanism is proposed in which two U(1) CP violating phases of the supersymmetric standard model are promoted to dynamical variables. This amounts to postulating the existence of spontaneously broken global symmetries in the supersymmetry breaking sector. The vacuum can then relax near a CP conserving point. As a consequence the strong CP and supersymmetric CP problems may be solved by similar mechanisms.
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[texts]Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking on Quantum Moduli Spaces - Kenneth Intriligator
Supersymmetry breaking by the quantum deformation of a classical moduli space is considered. A simple, non-chiral, renormalizable model is presented to illustrate this mechanism. The well known, chiral, $SU(3) \times SU(2)$ model and its generalizations are shown to break supersymmetry by this mechanism in the limit $\Lambda_2 \gg \Lambda_3$. Other supersymmetry breaking models, with classical flat directions that are only lifted quantum mechanically, are presented...
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[texts]The Recent Strikes (Volume 125) - Scott, Thomas A.
"The Recent Strikes" is an article from The North American Review, Volume 125. View more articles from The North American Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-25110110
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[texts]On some new and rare Crustacea from Scotland - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 6. Vol. xv., June 1895."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]On some new and rare Crustacea from Scotland - Scott, Thomas
Title on spine: Scott. Crustacea. Ann. & Mag. Nat. Hist. 1892-1910
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Modern medicine and some modern remedies : practical notes for the general practitioner - Scott, Thomas Bodley

Keywords: Medicine
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[texts]Electroweak Baryogenesis in the Adiabatic Limit - Michael Dine
Electroweak baryogenesis can occur in the ``adiabatic limit,'' in which expanding bubbles of true vacuum are assumed to have rather thick walls and be slowly moving. Here the problem of calculating the baryon asymmetry in this limit is reconsidered. A simple prescription for obtaining the relevant kinetic equations is given. An additional suppression beyond that usually assumed is found. This arises because the generation of an asymmetry requires violation of approximately conserved currents by ...
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[texts]Theological works : published at different times, and now collected into volumes (Volume 3) - Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821
SCC #10,638 from library of Joseph Addison Alexander
Keywords: Church of England; Church of England; Theology; Sermons, English
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[texts]On some new or rare Crustacea from Scotland - Scott, Thomas
Detached "From the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser. 6. Vol. xii., October 1893."
Keywords: Crustacea
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[texts]Supersymmetric Relations Among Electromagnetic Dipole Operators - Michael Graesser
Supersymmetric contributions to all leptonic electromagnetic dipole operators have essentially identical diagramatic structure. With approximate slepton universality this allows the muon anomalous magnetic moment to be related to the electron electric dipole moment in terms of supersymmetric phases, and to radiative flavor changing lepton decays in terms of small violations of slepton universality...
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[texts]Sermons - Scott, Thomas, 1780-1835

Keywords: Scott, Thomas, 1780-1855; Church of England; Sermons, English
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[texts]The rights of God - Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821
SCC #8542, No.1 from library of Samuel Miller
Keywords: Sermons, English
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[texts]The British parasitic Copepoda (Volume v 12) - Scott, Thomas
"Bibliography": v. 1, p. 233-247
Keywords: Copepoda; Crustacea; Fishes
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[texts]Endocrine therapeutics; practical suggestions - Scott, Thomas Bodley
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Keywords: Endocrinology
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